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Juliette Foster

Food and drink predicted to drive of consumer spending this Easter

Juliette Foster
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Food and drink predicted to drive of consumer spending this Easter
UK high streets are expected to be busy this Easter weekend, with forecasters predicting an increase in the number of people going out to spend money on food and drink. Figures from retail analyst Springboard predict an 8.8% increase in footfall, a reversal of last year's decline. To find out what's driving consumer spending Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to Diane Wehrle, marketing and insights director at Springboard.
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Diane Wehrle, Tom Hill


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Juliette Foster

The News Review: Sneaky supermarkets

Juliette Foster
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The News Review: Sneaky supermarkets
Today on the agenda, Juliette Foster and personal finance expert Martyn James discussed British shoppers bearing the brunt of rising prices as supermarkets quietly pass on Brexit-related costs to consumers. Plus they look into HSBC says it's planning to become a more "dementia-friendly" bank. All these stories and more on The News Review.
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Martyn James


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Juliette Foster

Was there some interference in the June referendum?

Juliette Foster
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Was there some interference in the June referendum?
Juliette was joined this morning by Billy Bambrough, edtor of Verdict.co.uk, discussing a report in today's Guardian that foreign powers may have interfered with June's EU referendum. Plus, is the foreign secretary Boris Johnson sporting a red face after Europe gave the thumbs down to extra sanctions on Russia?
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Billy Bambrough


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Juliette Foster

Was there some interference in the June referendum?

Juliette Foster
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Was there some interference in the June referendum?
Juliette was joined this morning by Billy Bambrough, edtor of Verdict.co.uk, discussing a report in today's Guardian that foreign powers may have interfered with June's EU referendum. Plus, is the foreign secretary Boris Johnson sporting a red face after Europe gave the thumbs down to extra sanctions on Russia?
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Billy Bambrough


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Juliette Foster

Tesco busts through the billion pound mark despite its accounting scandal

Juliette Foster
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Tesco busts through the billion pound mark despite its accounting scandal
Joining Juliette Foster for the latest market headlines was Nigel Cassidy, and it's been a busy morning of company announcements, especially in the retail sector. We've heard from Tesco, WH Smith, and Dunelm. And BHP Biliton are another company who has reported this morning.
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Nigel Cassidy


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Nigel Cassidy

Cardiff comes out top as the most coffee-friendly city

Nigel Cassidy
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Cardiff comes out top as the most coffee-friendly city
Honest Coffees researched data from the 20 most populated cities in the UK to find out which ones were more coffee-friendly and which were more pub orientated. Cardiff came out on top with the highest ratio of coffee shops to pubs, 46 per cent of its drinking establishments are coffee shops. London and Belfast followed close behind. There are currently around 53,000 pubs in the UK
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Mike Jones Mathias


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Nigel Cassidy

The High Court approves Britain’s biggest retailer to pay £129m fine over 2014 accounting scandal

Nigel Cassidy
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The High Court approves Britain’s biggest retailer to pay £129m fine over 2014 accounting scandal
Tesco has reported an annual profit of £1.28bn, before exceptional items. That was a little more than analysts had been expecting. Like for like sales were just below 1%, the first full-year increase in UK like for like sales in seven years. But a record payment related to its historic accounting scandal dragged down final earnings number.
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Richard Perks


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Nigel Cassidy

Ed Sheeran settles copyright claim out of court for his song Photograph

Nigel Cassidy
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Ed Sheeran settles copyright claim out of court for his song Photograph
Now you may have seen that the top singer of our times Ed Sheeran's settled a 16-million pound copyright claim over his hit Photograph. An agreement's been reached out of court. The song photograph was just a simple ballad inspired by taking a picture of his beloved. But Ed Sheeran may be regretting ever picking up that camera,
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James Brydges


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Nigel Cassidy

How the mighty have fallen - will Toshiba will survive a £3.8bn loss?

Nigel Cassidy
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How the mighty have fallen - will Toshiba will survive a £3.8bn loss?
Toshiba has filed its delayed financial results, warning that the company's survival is at risk. "There are material events and conditions that raise substantial doubt about the company's ability to continue as a going concern," the company said in a statement. The electronics-to-construction giant reported a loss of 532bn yen (£3.8bn; $4.8bn) for April to December.
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Dr Seijiro Takeshita


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Ed Bowsher

Inflation above target: Will the Bank of England have to act soon?

Ed Bowsher
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Inflation above target: Will the Bank of England have to act soon?
UK inflation stayed steady at 2.3% in March, following rises in recent months. The biggest month-on-month rises were in food, but the figure was held down by low air fares. Given that inflation is above the Bank of England's 2% target, does that mean that the Bank will want to act soon and raise rates? And was last summer's cut to 0.25% a mistake? Ed Bowsher was joined by Ruth Gregory, UK Economist at Capital Economics to discuss further.
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Ruth Gregory


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